Thies & Talle Management, a leading property management company
with over thirty years in the multi-housing industry, has an
opportunity for a Regional Property Manager. This position will
support several properties and will provide leadership and
direction for the staff at the various communities. This individual
is responsible for the day-to-day operations, financial results,
and staffing of the assigned portfolio, as well as supervising and
coaching employees to meet the owners' expectations, and safeguard
their investments. Thies & Talle Management, Inc. is an Equal
SUMMARY: The Regional Property Manager directs and oversees the
general operations of portfolio properties to attract and retain
satisfied residents and supervise and coach employees to meet the
owners' expectations, and safeguard their investments.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
Other duties or tasks may be assigned as required. Management may
modify, change or add to the duties of this description at any time
- Provides oversight and direction for the management of
properties to protect owners' investment.
- Monitors residents' level of satisfaction; recommends and/or
implements appropriate actions to maintain and improve level of
occupancy and satisfaction.
- Acts to resolve problems or any unique or special issues
arising at properties.
- Maintains compliance with all federal, state, and local laws
and Fair Housing requirements at assigned properties.
- Maintain compliance with building safety, health and
residential licensing laws and codes.
- Works closely with government agencies (e.g. HUD, MHFA, RD) to
assure compliance as applicable.
Effectively uses company property management software to monitor
site performance through use of reporting tools and system
- Markets assigned properties to maintain occupancy goals.
- Conducts market studies to assess competitive market; develops
strategy to assure properties' position in marketplace.
- Provides training in effective marketing techniques to Property
Managers and Leasing Agents.
- Develops signage, brochures, and other communications to
maintain a visible presence in community.
- Develops and maintains "curb appeal" for each property.
Develops and/or approves property and vacancy advertising.
- Develops and manages capital and expense budgets for assigned
properties; monitors for cost effective allocation of funds.
- Oversees rent collection process; initiates and/or follows
through on eviction processes.
- Monitors physical properties for repair, upkeep, and capital
improvement. Develops short-term expense and long-term capital
budgets to ensure property longevity and marketability.
- Obtains bids from vendors/suppliers/contractors to ensure cost
effective purchases of goods and service and compliance with
governmental agency requirements.
- Approves invoices for payment.
Provides owners with monthly analysis of operation reporting
variances which affect the NOI.
- Manages and supervises the selection, development, and
performance of all staff at properties to attract and retain a
- Interviews and selects applicants for job vacancies.
Understands requirements of position and hires qualified
- Regularly assesses and reviews performance of on-site staff;
provides constructive coaching, feedback and discipline as needed
to develop and maintain performance goals and enforce requirements
of the Employee Handbook and adherence to company policies..
- Provides opportunity for appropriate training to enhance
- Fills in as needed for Property Manager and/or Leasing Agent
when there is a staff vacancy.
SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
- Acts as a liaison between residents and community
- Works with the Police Department to help site meet requirements
of Crime Free Multi-Housing program.
- Contributes to company-wide initiatives such as Operations
Manual and system changes.
- Trains and monitors site staff usage of Property Management
SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIPS: To perform this position
successfully, an individual must be able to work within the
following supervisory relationships:
The Regional Property Manager position has supervisor
responsibilities over the site staff including Property Managers,
Leasing Specialists, Maintenance Technicians and Caretaking staff.
This involves coaching and delegating. The Regional Property
Manager reports to the Director of Operations.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this position
successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential
duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are
representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability
Education and Experience: Bachelors Degree in Marketing,
Property Management, or Business or equivalent education and
experience. At least three years Property Manager or similar
experience. Possession of or ability to attain Real Estate License
and/or Certified Property Management Certificate. Must possess the
ability to multi-task in performing the essential functions of the
position. Knowledge of computers and office equipment is necessary.
Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. A
driver's license and transportation is required. Prior experience
with contract and lease enforcement is desirable.
Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze, and complete
documentation required by city, county, state or federal agencies.
Must be able to communicate through speaking, listening, and
writing effectively with residents and outside agencies.
Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and
divide in all units of measure. Must be able to calculate figures
and amounts such as discounts, interest, commission and
percentages. Accounting and/or bookkeeping skills are a plus.
Reasoning Ability: Needs to be able to assess a situation based
upon available data and information and make timely and appropriate
Other Skills/Abilities/Specifications: This job requires
self-motivation and the ability to work independently. Must be able
to prioritize job duties. Time management is essential. Ability to
maintain confidentiality is required. Skill in maintaining positive
relationships with diverse residents, applicants, and staff.
WORKING CONDITIONS: The working condition characteristics
described here are representative of those an employee encounters
while performing the essential functions of this job. The employee
will come in contact with applicants and residents from diverse
cultural and economic backgrounds, including persons with special
needs, where communications may pose challenges and will require
additional efforts and patience.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee
occasionally works in outside weather conditions. The noise level
of the work environment is usually moderate.
The employee often has to handle difficult and emotional
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are
representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Employee
may be required to spend several hours a day in a car traveling to
or among individual properties managed by Management.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
regularly required to stand; walk; sit; stoop; kneel; crouch;
crawl; climb stairs; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally
required to reach with hands and arms and climb or balance.
The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and
frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision
abilities required by this job include close vision, distance
vision, and depth perception.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS: Management will provide reasonable
accommodations to qualified applicants and employees with
disabilities in connection with its application process,
modifications or adjustments to the work environment, and
modifications or adjustments that allow a disabled individual to
have equal benefits and privileges of employment as are enjoyed by
other similarly situated individuals without disabilities, unless
doing so would cause undue hardship.
EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS USED: Tools and equipment listed are
representative of those typically used; other tools and equipment
may be used as needed.
Use of computer, typewriter, copy machine, phone and answering
service, pager, and other general office equipment.
Pay Rate: Type
Pay Rate: Low
Based on experience
Pay Rate: High
Based on experience